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62. Awake, my tongue! thy tribute bring

1 Awake, my tongue! thy tribute bring
To Him who gave thee power to sing;
Praise him who is all praise above,
The Source of wisdom and of love.

2 How vast his knowledge--how profound!
A depth, where all our thoughts are drowned;
The stars he numbers; and their names
He gives to all those heavenly flames.

3 Through each bright world above, behold
Ten thousand thousand charms unfold;
Each, air, and mighty seas combine
To speak his wisdom all-divine.

4 But in redemption--oh, what grace!
Its wonders--oh, what thought can trace!
Here wisdom shines for ever bright:
Praise him, my soul, with sweet delight.

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First Line: Awake, my tongue! thy tribute bring
Author: Needham
Meter: L. M.
Publication Date: 1873
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Attributes of God: Knowledge and Wisdom; Wisdom of God
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